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Beulah, you should have been there.

benjenga
10/04/2012
6:40:52 PM
So I would like to give a big thanx to everyone who organized, funded and worked at this years beulah bouldering festival.
Thanx to Todd, steve, brendon, everyone who cooked pizzas (yum yum) everyone else that made this such a good weekend and of course cliff.

I am sure that the 250+ people who made the trip this year are very thankful as well.

The weather was super, the granite plentlyful and the good time didn't stop even after the sun went down.

benjenga
10/04/2012
6:43:50 PM
Oh and did that mega slack line get sent?
Dr Nick
10/04/2012
7:18:52 PM
Beulah? Beulah?

rodw
10/04/2012
7:29:44 PM
Take ya pick Nick...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beluga

Beluga (restaurant) - Dutch Michelin starred restaurant
Beluga (sturgeon) - the fish whose roe is sold as Beluga caviar
Beluga, Alaska - United States community
Beluga class submarine - Russian submarine class
Beluga lentils - a type of legume
Beluga School for Life - Thai educational non-profit organization
Beluga Shipping - German project and heavy-lift shipping company
Beluga whale - a type of whale
Airbus Beluga - large transport airplane
USS Beluga (SP-536) - a United States Navy patrol boat in commission from 1917 to 1918

Hawkman
10/04/2012
7:54:52 PM
It's was a great weekend. Glad you enjoyed it Ben. Nice work on your new routes as well.

The long slackine above the dam did not get sent. About 1/3rd across was the best.

Less than a year till next one. 31st March 2013.

Steve
Mr Poopypants
10/04/2012
8:02:28 PM
Or - the classic neo-rock no. Baby Beluga by The Wiggles. (with original yellow Wiggle, Greg, not Sam the Usurper)

sbm
10/04/2012
11:00:31 PM
The rock festivus was freakin awesome! I was surprised at how well it was run and the pleasant laid back festival atmosphere. Didn't feel crowded at all.





Mega thanks to Todd and everyone! Special mention to the the volunteers making the free pizza on friday night, the guy from theCrag.com who spent all evening trying to record everyone's V0 doddles in the guide, and the construction of the toilets which were marvel of bush engineering:



I have a proper trip report which'll go up as soon as I get sent all the pics.

Eduardo Slabofvic
10/04/2012
11:21:43 PM
On 10/04/2012 Dr Nick wrote:
>Beulah? Beulah?
>

Fry? Fry?
PThomson
10/04/2012
11:59:26 PM
It was a festivus for the rest-of-us, and F#$king awesome at that!

Having never climbed granite slabs before ("what? That's not steep, that'll be a pushover") my mind is still in a state of post-blown uselessness from trying to grasp how a 70 degree angle can be so bloody hard to climb. Possibly the 151-proof rum and beer didn't help.

Todd, sponsors, and fellow climbers, thanks heaps for a wicked long weekend!
dalai
11/04/2012
9:41:31 AM
Hopefully there are some better problems than the two posted above?

ajfclark
11/04/2012
9:44:23 AM
Did the route comp thing have a winner this year?

deadbudgy
11/04/2012
9:59:49 AM
Yep. Was sent by the first contestant at about grade 20ish I think.

wallwombat
11/04/2012
3:24:33 PM
On 11/04/2012 dalai wrote:
>Hopefully there are some better problems than the two posted above?

I think sbm is trying to keep the crowds down for next year.

Hawkman
11/04/2012
3:53:57 PM
On 11/04/2012 wallwombat wrote:
>On 11/04/2012 dalai wrote:
>>Hopefully there are some better problems than the two posted above?

Definitely are. This one is a bit of a classic


IdratherbeclimbingM9
11/04/2012
10:54:54 PM
On 11/04/2012 Hawkman wrote:
>On 11/04/2012 wallwombat wrote:
>>On 11/04/2012 dalai wrote:
>>>Hopefully there are some better problems than the two posted above?
>
>Definitely are. This one is a bit of a classic
>
>

Now that is a great shot and would easily be worthy of making it to picoftheweek on front page of Chocky...
Thanks for posting it up Hawkman.
(Love the fact of the mutts present at bottom right in photo too! ☻Hehx3)

Duang Daunk
2/01/2013
4:15:33 PM
On 11/04/2012 Hawkman wrote:
>On 11/04/2012 wallwombat wrote:
>>On 11/04/2012 dalai wrote:
>>>Hopefully there are some better problems than the two posted above?
>
>Definitely are. This one is a bit of a classic
>
>

Looks good. Is that you, or did you take the photo?

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